South Peninsula pupils jet off to Japan

Grade 11 pupils from left at the back, Christian Smith, Cee Jay January, Justin Sanger and Raees Jaffer and in front, Aneeqah Masoet and Yusra Mallum.

South Peninsula High School (SPHS) Grade 11 pupils and teachers will be heading off to the International Anime Convention, in Odaiba, Tokyo, Japan, tomorrow, Thursday March 21. The convention takes place from Friday March 22 to Sunday March 24. “SPHS will be attending the convention on behalf of their anime society club,” said teacher Nasser Orgill, and “it will be our second visit to Japan.” He said the convention would be open to the public on Saturday March 23 and Sunday March 24 respectively. “We have been raising funds for the past two years and after all our efforts the time to depart is on our doorstep. The school has formed a new relationship with the Japanese Consulate in Cape Town and will be going very well informed due to their help. We recently assisted at the Japan Open Market, at Oude Libertas in  Stellenbosch as well.”